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Gold Coast Planning Scheme Version 1.2

The historic Gold Coast Planning Scheme commenced on 18 August 2003 and was superseded by the Logan Planning Scheme 2015 on 18 May 2015.

Documents

About Our Living City - Gold Coast Planning Scheme 2003 (PDF 821 KB)

Contents (PDF 118 KB)

Part 1 - Introduction

Division 1: Context (PDF 131 KB)

Division 2: Towards Ecological Sustainability (PDF 186 KB)

Part 2 - Desired Environmental Outcomes

Division 1: Desired Environmental Outcomes (PDF 228 KB)

Division 2: Performance Indicators (PDF 109 KB)

Part 3 - Planning Strategy

Division 1: Purpose of the Planning Strategy (PDF 91 KB)

Division 2: Key Strategies (PDF 519 KB)

Division 3: Land Use Themes (PDF 259 KB)

Part 4 - Definitions

Division 4: Dictionary of Terms Used in the Planning Scheme (PDF 330 KB)

Part 5 - Domains

Division 1: Introduction to Domains (PDF 192 KB)

Division 2: Domains

Part 6 - Local Area Plans

Division 1: Introduction to Local Area Plans (PDF 360 KB)

Division 2: Local Area Plans

Part 7 - Codes

Division 1: Introduction to Codes (PDF 206 KB)

Division 2: Specific Development Codes

Division 3: Constraint Codes

Part 8 - Infrastructure

Division 1: Priority Infrastructure Plan (PDF 1131 KB)

Division 2: Infrastructure Charges Schedule (PDF 1060 KB)

Division 3: Reference Documentation (PDF 87 KB)

Part 9 - List of Planning Scheme Maps

Division 1-8: List of Planning Scheme Maps (PDF 160 KB)

Part 10 - Schedules

Division 1: Standard Drawings (PDF 89 KB)

Division 2: Separate Development Legislation (PDF 114 KB)

Division 3: Special Facilities (PDF 110 KB)

Division 4: Designation of Land for Community Infrastructure (PDF 166 KB)

Appendices

Appendix 1: Integrated Planning Act 1997 - Schedule 8 (PDF 125 KB)

Maps

Context maps

Domain maps

Emerging Communities maps

Local Area Plans maps

Beenleigh

Eagleby

Overlay maps

Rural Subdivision

Good Quality Agricultural Land

Heritage Buildings and Sites

Residential Density (areas outside LAPs)

Potential Bushfire Hazard Areas

Natural Wetland and Waterway Areas

Acid Sulfate Soil Hazard Areas

Pacific Motorway Service Road Types

Areas of Unstable Soils and Areas of Potential Land Slip Hazard

Natural Hazard (Flood) Management Areas - See Flood-Ready Logan for latest mapping

Stormwater Drainage Study Areas

Dam Catchment Areas

Conservation Strategy Plan

Public Open Space Management

Scenic Tourist Routes

Extractive Resources

Vegetation Protection Order

Planning Strategy maps

Priority Infrastructure Plan maps

Growth maps

Growth tables

Recreation

Stormwater

Transport

Special Facilities maps

Planning Scheme Policies (PSPs)

Policy 3A - Policy for Infrastructure (Water Supply Network Developer Contributions) (PDF 1073 KB)

Policy 3B - Policy for Infrastructure (Sewerage Network Developer Contributions) (PDF 1152 KB)

Policy 4 - Development of Land Adjacent to or Within the Easements of High Voltage Transmission Lines (PDF 130 KB)

Policy 5 - Energy Conservation (Design for Climate) (PDF 261 KB)

Policy 6 - Entry Statements (PDF 168 KB)

Policy 8 - Guidelines for Ecological Assessments (PDF 1594 KB)

Policy 9 - Guidelines for Preparing Fire Management Plans (PDF 191 KB)

Policy 10 - Guidelines for Preparing Management Plans and Plans of Development (PDF 129 KB)

Policy 11 - Land Development Guidelines

Policy 12 - Landscape Strategy Part 1: Landscape Character: Guiding the Image of the City

Policy 13 - Landscape Strategy Part 2: Landscape Works Documentation Manual (PDF 1700 KB)

Policy 14 - Management of Activities Located within Areas (PDF 132 KB)

Policy 16 - Policy for Infrastructure (Recreation Facilities Network Developer Contributions) (PDF 404 KB)

Policy 17 - Site Analysis (PDF 255 KB)

Policy 18 - Using the Urban Design Bonus Provisions (Repealed) (PDF 190 KB)

Policy 19 - Policy for Infrastructure (Transport Network Developer Contributions) (PDF 177 KB)